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with us. here's a look at what is coming up today -- italy. a trip to a prison island. russia -- the desperate life of many orphans. france -- how architects want to improve life in the suburbs. first, to turkey and its relationship with religious minorities. some are officially recognized in turkey. jews, a greek orthodox, and armenian christians. the turkish government has made concessions to christian minorities, such as returning property confiscated a long time ago. churches, for example. that has given armenians in turkey in fresh confidence boost, but their situation remains difficult. ankara still refuses to recognize the genocide of armenians under ottoman rule 100 years ago. officially, there are some 60,000 armenians in turkey, but the numbers could be rising. in some parts of turkey, descendants of armenians are now rediscovering their identity. >> home to a population of more than 1 million, the city is situated on the turkey -- turkish/i iraqi border. it is the unofficial capital of turkey. but it was not always. between the many minuets that make up the skyline
to an issue of intense friction between the united states and russia. the adoption of russian children by americans. authorities in texas are investigating what's described as the suspicion death of a 3-year-old boy adopted from russia. russia's foreign ministry blames the death last month on inhuman abuse. david mattingly is following the developments for us. lay out the details. >> what we know about the boy and the parents is not much today, but we do know that the boy and his brother were both adopted and living in the same house in texas. officials there say that the buy was found unresponsive and that his mother called 911. that happened on january 21st. that was just days after his third birthday. >> what are texas and u.s. government officials saying about this case? >> well, texas officials are looking into this because they are compelled to investigate any death of a young child that is not natural or is unknown. so there was an automatic investigation that was triggers here. they call is suspicion. they could hurry this up, but under normal circumstances we may not have the
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pitch a fit and take off your clothes. in russia. the metro station is closed for the night. >> what? >> so in order to show his displeasure, he strips down to his underwear and starts throwing what looks like a trash can or cigarette receptacle against the glass doors and hurling expletives as well. >> [ inaudible ]. >> if you're wondering if it's cold, yes. and in russia, i had somebody translate this for me, they're asking him, are you cold and he says, yes, i'm cold. >> [ inaudible ]. . >> what's the purpose of taking off your clothes? >> his strength doesn't seem to be scaring anybody. maybe a little flash of the manhood might get something done. >> oh! >> now it's a full monte. >> he's flexing too. >> oh! >> surprisingly, maybe, to you all, he never does get into the metro station but you don't see it in this video but the police do give him a free ride down to the station and eventually he gives up, gathers up his clothes sort of like a sad dancer on a pole and walks off. >> no dollar bills for this man. >> no dollar bills. ♪ >>> police on both sides of the pond are looking
in russia. well, now two meteor sightings have been sighted over the united states. so, experts are racing to create a system that could give earthlings more of a warning. abc's kirit radia tonight from russia. >> reporter: in the skies over california, a fireball lights up the night sky. then last night, a meteor shower in florida. all this after a giant meteor exploded over russia, traveling more than 60 times faster than the speed of sound. exploding in the atmosphere with the force of 30 hiroshima bombs. it's a barrage from space that has everyone asking, are we ready for the big one? some 100 tons of space debris enter earth's atmosphere every day, and while much of it lands in the ocean, experts are on the alert. >> there is a distinct possibility that one of these smaller ones is headed our way and we don't even know about it. >> reporter: they say the idea of blowing up an asteroid like bruce willis did in "armageddon" is hollywood fantasy. even if you could hit the meteor, it's unlikely to stop it. but one prominent group has another idea, straight out of a science fiction movie.
software. they were able to speak by old-school radio with the russians every time they passed over russia in orbit. they were never in any danger. tonight the system's back up and running. and we happen to know "nightly news" is uploaded to the space station each evening, so at least they get to see themselves on tv. >>> as the british newspaper the "daily mail" breathlessly put it today, kate put her baby bump on parade. today's public event at hope house, a rehab facility in south london, was the first appearance by kate middleton in public since being visibly with child. easily the most anxiously awaited birth in the uk since diana herself was pregnant with prince william 30 years ago. to be fair, the "daily mail" went on to describe her as radiant today. now halfway through her pregnancy. >>> vice president joe biden is out with another one of those sound bites that could live on for a long time. he appeared on a live video town hall on gun violence sponsored by facebook and "parents" magazine. he was responding to a gun owner fearful about a ban on certain kinds of weapons and clips,
, but it's a good start to find ways to help children avoid aggressive behavior. >> first russia and the bay area, and now another meteor sighting in florida. this video from west palm beach shows what appears to be a meteor streaking across the sky last night. the coast guard said they were flooded with calls from people all up and down florida's east coast. thankfully there were no reports of any injuries. this comes on the heels of a meteorite that exploded above russia. the russian researches have found 53 pieces of the meteorite so far and could be worth more than their weight in gold. the fewer that are found the higher the price. they could be worth up to $2200 per gram, that a is more than 40 times the cost of gold currently. more than 1,000 people were injured in that event. >> wow, quite a sight. things are changing in our skies. clouds. have not seen them in a while. >> great news we are tracking rainfall here getting close to the bay area. winds are advancing out ahead of the storm system. not overly gusty for the interior valleys but headed to the coastline tonight,
in central russia say they've found fragments of a meteorite that exploded in the sky. the shockwaves damaged more than 4,000 buildings. officials found a hole in a frozen lake and discovered fragments of rock nearby. an expert from the russian academy of science told a news agency the fragments came from the meteorite. >>> workers are replacing shattered windows. local glass producers can't keep up with demand. government officials are helping find supplies in neighboring regions. temperatures can drop below minus 15 degrees celsius. teachers at some schools have canceled their classes till the windows are fixed. >>> two russian pilots had a close shave when the meteorite exploded near their plane. they spoke on sunday to a russian broadcaster. >> translator: i saw a glittering fireball. as we were coming in for landing. i thought later how lucky we were that the meteorite didn't hit our plane. >> the meteor crossed in front of his plane, then came a huge blast. the captain said the plane already had its landing gear down, making it more vulnerable it the co-pilot describes seeing the meteor
's find the first lady's bangs? a different kind of gold rush in russia. and a spectacular look off the coast of california. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for tuesday, february 19th, 2013. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. former olympian oscar pistorius back in court this morning and there are new details emerging on the murder case against him. the track star arrived just hours ago for a bail hearing in the south african capital. prosecutors say pistorius fired four shots at girlfriend reeva steenkamp during her bath door last week, the 29-year-old model was hit three times and the bathroom door later broken open. pistorius was arrested thursday and charged with premeditated murder. a sentence capable of carrying a life sentence. defense lawyers say the killing was nut murder. >>> meanwhile, funeral service being held in port elizabeth. it capped six days of dramatic fall from grace for the man known as south africa golden boy. today, major sponsors like oakley and nike are cutting ties with pistorius say they go will no longer use him
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. in russia after that meteor that scared the daylights out of every one. >>> and all eyes to the sky, looking for the next close encounter. >>> later on, the spectacular scene in southern california. no one has quite seen anything quite like it. >>> we awoke last friday to the story of that meteor streaking across the russian sky. then we saw the video. thousands of them. and now there are a lot of new questions about whether we're doing enough to be on the lookout for another direct hit with the planet earth. while on the ground, pieces of that space rock are going for a hefty price. the story tonight from nbc's stephanie gosk. >> reporter: after the meteor smashed through the atmosphere, shattering windows in russia, and nerves around the world, it broke into pieces, meteorites. most landed near this frozen lake. the largest piece may still be under water. the search to find them is on. there are reports that residents are trying to sell the meteorites for as much as $10,000. a lot of money for a rock. but things from outer space can fetch a good price from collectors like dave gheesling. >
. >> bill: right, i did. i worked for minimum wage. you worked at mcdonald's. i have to get to russia. big meteor that scared everybody except putin, as soon as he saw it come, he took his shirt off. what do you got. everybody else was scared. were you scared when you saw this? >> well, first off this proves the theory i've always had that god hates russia. number two, i've seen 2,000 movies about meteors hitting our planet and there are a bunch of guys in nasa that are meeting with cheyenne mountain we have 72 hours before it impacts. how didn't we know it was coming. i found out they were working on an early warning detection system and build in it hawaii. i don't like stuff built in hawaii. build in it cleveland. >> bill: i don't think we have to worry about it. will smith would be in the jet and diverted that meteor. we're not not going to have to worry. in russia they are not known it was coming. i don't think you can do anything about it. the media is coming, that is it. >> i feel bad for the people who have like grandparents and great grandparents that survived hiroshima. they alway
hacked. >>> and later, dash cam craze. we'll look at russia's obsession with dashboard cameras which was highlighted by last week's meteor explosion. >>> this is the "cbs morning news." t week's meteor explosion. >>> this is the "cbs morning news." [ sniffs ] bacon?! gotta get that bacon! bacon?! bacon! smokey bacon, meaty bacon, tasty bacon! bacon? ohh, la, la... oh, i say is that bacon?! oh, good heavens! bacon! bacon! bacon! bacon! who wants a beggin' strip? meee! i'd get it myself but i don't have thumbs! yum, yum, yum, yum, yum... it's bacon!!! mmm i love you, i love bacon. i love you. i love bacon. i love you. beggin' strips! there's no time like beggin' time. and check out beggin' thick cut. i'm gonna need a bigger mouth! [old english accent] i doth declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners discount
, in talking about another country, russia. you know, russia desperately wants to reproduce itself to the rest of the world. and not in some of the main it has been. they get this opportunity with the g20 coming up in september. crystal ball, do you see anything from a coordination standpoint from the g20, and -- having out of this? this? and easy russia's image change? >> i think this is a big opportunity for the prime minister to show what could happen in russia. we will just have to see. because they're sitting on all these oil reserves. we know where the price of oil is. but there as you know there's a lot of problems. and so we have to see whether communist, russia can show that it's taking some of these reforms it needs to take. and we will see. and this is a perfect opportunity to do so. so far i think, as i said, the only g20 meeting that really did any thing positive was the one in london. and i give credit to gordon brown. that was his greatest moment i think at that particular time. do it. no, i mean come effect very organized meetings. i was in korea. there was no one who can organ
meteorite that exploded above russia on friday. russian researchers say they found a total of 53 pieces of that meteorite thus far and they could be worth more than their weight in it gold, up to $2,200 per gram. that's more than 40 times the current cost of gold. so we have florida, russia and, jeff ranieri, the meteorite in san francisco a few nights ago as well, right? >> a lot of this happens all the time. people are hyper tuned up towards space. >> that giant asteroid. >> i know. i know. it's all going on here. take a look at doppler radar, if you have been away for a while, coming back, this is not a lot of rainfall but it's big news because we have had so little rain in 2013. it's light to moderate on the roadways here for tonight. you can't expect some of these showers to linger over the next half hour and then looking at heavier rainfall for tomorrow. the time line coming up. meanwhile, winds are picking up as well. 10 to 20 miles per hour driving tonight not only is it going to be breezy but it is downright coal. look at these temperatures, 48 right now in novato. 48 in napa.
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it rich in russia. that's coming up. you can never have too much "money." ♪ ♪ sandra: it is time for a little fun with "spare change." we are joined by a great pair. first up we have nypd cops saying he made off with $160,000 in jewelry. the four seasons hotel display case in midtown manhattan is where they got the jewelry. 's worse than that. most of the surveillance cameras were not even functional. to watches, i diamond chain, and a pendant around 2:00 a.m. $160,000 or the jewelry stolen, it was right next where you check in. >> i am intrigued by this. ever since alfred hitchcock's movie "to catch a theif." you could be too young to remember that. [laughter] the point is, they left this stuff out at 2:00 a.m., new york city, you leave it out at two in the morning in a display case? it just does not make sense. sandra: it doesn't make sense to me either. >> people are getting desperate now. these guys went after the low hanging fruit. sandra: if these guys could pull this off, they must be somewhat smart. after the meteorite hit russia last week, scientists and treasure hunters
? >> the station did pass over russia and they talked to kevin ford who is the commander and the first thing he said is the crew was doing fine and the station is stable, which, of course, is our main concern. and you know, they had a quick chat for ten minutes to talk about the procedures that needed to be done. that's what they're working toward. again, we have another pass in about five minutes, we'll talk to them again. >> chad myers again. this computer was only for communications. this thing never was really going to put the iss in any danger by not working, right? >> no. it's a command and control computer. it's the computer that allows everything else on board the station to work and be monitored and for us to send commands. obviously there's lots of computers on board, lots of redundancy. we do need the ability to bush buttons here in houston and command the station and talk to the crew. that's the computer that allows us to do it. >> okay, josh, appreciate it. thank you. >>> here's more of what we're working on for newsroom international. the royal baby bump. that's right. katherine,
this weekend is the 26th festival -- take a trip to mother russia without leaving the area. enjoy tasty russia food and muddic and vodka it will be a lot of fun and that is the weekly buzz for more information about any of these events visit us at s f gvment gov tv dot ordinary care an >> coming next on "california country," meet one couple who went from erving food to growing food, then take a trip to the school that is cooking up some of the top chefs in the world, and see how one family has been going and growing strong for more than 90 years now. plus learn some great new repes from some of our favorite chefs. that's all ahead, and it starts now. [captioning made possible by california farm bureau federation] welcome to the show. i'm your host tracy sellers. today we're in sacramento at one of the really iconic restaurants of this city, the riverside clubhouse. you know, it's a place that's known for, well, the large cow that's atop it. kind of unique, right? that brings us to our first story. you know, in san francisco, they have more than 3,500 restaurants, and it's a number that's cons
pumps burst into flames. >>> why this impressive and terrifying meteor shower over the skies in russia something we'll not see again in our lifetim [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melts to your usual breakfast sandwich. it doesn't seem like fast food. there's a lot of substance, it just seems really fresh. there's like a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop is building our best breakfast sandwiches ever. new griddle-melts made fresh and hot. hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. i love this crispy bread... ...the roasted red peppers. it's awesome. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4.99 at ihop. this is an epic breakfast sandwich. [ anouncer ] ihop. everything you love about breakfast. you want that don't you? >>> new details about last week's massive meteorite over russia. nasa says it's the largest meteorite to enter earth's atmosphere had more than a century. scientists estimate it weighed 10,000 tons and energy equivalent to 500 kilo tons. it hurt more than a thousand people and damaged 4,000 buildings. some homes. a lot
acting as they have with regard to china, to russia, to iran and north korea, the united states, the discussion has been rather precise. i'd like to expand the breadth and perhaps the depth of the questions in this discussion to include two organizations that i think play a role in this. one is the shanghai cooperation organization led by china which both india and iran are, observer, observer attendees at the meetings and at their meetings they have come up with policies and responsibilities assigned to the member nations with regard to the future of afghanistan and some other issues. the second is the collective security treaty organization, a military counterpart to nato and russia's lead role in that. i think that if you consider these organizations the question arises, why do we have so much trouble figuring out china's motivations and russia's motivations, what are behind their stratdpigs -- strategies because russia and china respectively could in these two organizations lead from behind. and have other member organizations affect outcomes of such talks as the six-party t
barrier over russia's ule mountains. the repair bill is tens of millions of dollars. the search is on for looking for the rock. sciencists have confirmed these tiny pieces are from space but to warn people if or when another meteor is on its way. >> you need to calculate from what distance you want to see a dangerous object. we consider it to be 5 million. you would be a few days ahead and calculate the trajectory and perhaps prepare a missile. we don't have them so far and nobody knows how to build one. >> while sciencists work on that program, locals are trying to be positive. >> it is now the safest place on earth. and treasure hunters are searching for more pieces of space and will wonder when these confirmed remains could fetch money, which means the splinters left are left more than 40 times the value of gold. >> now to share or not to share, that's the question you may want to ask yourself when you post pictures online. one of the photographs was being used to sell t-shirts and suing the company that is behind it. >> it was the perfect morning to be at the beach. photogra
russia, a permanent member of the u.n. security council, to put pressure on their ally, syria. they say they welcome any attempts from any side to end the conflict and end the violence happening. they have always said that they were concerned about crimes committed against humanity and they have always stressed that they will do everything that they can to support moves to end the conflict in syria. >> we will have more in a moment, but staying in brussels , they have agreed to renew an arms embargo against syria. britain wanted to allow the nation's two armed forces, but many say neither side should be armed with weapons from europe. sanctions are also amended to provide greater humanitarian and technical assistance and protection of civilians. let us turn now to nina to ask for more about the foreign minister's reasoning for renewing the arms embargo on syria. >> most eu countries are worried about the further militarization of the conflict. they say against the background reports coming in that anti- government forces have also committed war crimes but they are reluctant to send more
of your hair? >> i can do this. this is all mine. >>> and that meteor that fell last week in russia is sparking a modern-day gold rush. pieces of the rock are popping up online for thousands of dollars. some say the chunks could be worth $2200 per gram. that's more than 40 times the current cost of gold. speaking of money, now over to wall street. the dow opened at 13,981 after adding 8 points before the holiday weekend. the s&p is down a point and the nasdaq lost 6. overseas, the nikkei fell 35 points while the hang seng dropped 238. >>> investors have returned from the holidays to another corporate marriage in the works. office max and office depot are close to announcing a deal to join forces as early as this week. >>> on the earnings front, analysts expect lower profits from dell's fourth quarter results after the bell today. however, bad news could be far for advocates of a looming buyout between michael dell and silver lake private equity. >>> a 75-year-old indiana farmer and agri giant monsanto. the company is suing over patent infridge -- infringement over soybeans he bought
. >>> and the meteor that fell in russia sparking a gold rush. the chunks could be worth $2200 per gram, more than 40 times the current cost of gold. >>> and speaking of money, the dow opening at 13,981 after adding eight points before the holiday weekend. the s&p down eight points, the nikkei adding six. >>> after last week's flurry of mergers, the investors show that another corporate marriage is in the work works. office max and office depot could join forces earlier this week. >>> and the fourth quarter results after the bell, today, the bad news could be good for advocates of the looming buyout between del and equity. >>> and agra giant, company is suing bowman for $80,000, claiming patent infringement regarding soy beans he purchased from a source. >>> and hacking burger king, somebody posted profanity. no word on who hacked the account. but burger king took it in stride. interesting day, but we're back, welcome to the new followers. >>> this afternoon, boeing's engineers expected to reject a contract from management in the move that could result in a strike from 20,000 workers. they're under t
for biz this hour. let's check in now on the markets. >>> people in central russia need more time and more money to deal with the damage caused by last week's meteor crash. shattered glass injured hundreds of residents. government officials say repair work will take nearly a month to complete and cost millions of dollars. the meteor exploded on friday before hitting the ground. the resulting shock wave blew out win dose adows and damaged . officials estimate the damage at around $33 million. they say workers are replacing windows at schools, but they know walls aremain severely damaged. the governor has told officials to buy glass and other building materials to buy materials from nearby areas to speed up the work. >> translator: if larger fragments are found, it will be of great interest for people who research asteroids and comets. >> the excitement isn't limited to scientists. residents of a village nearby are rushing to the fields around their homes, hoping to cash in. many villagers say they saw small objects falli ining from sky after the meteor exploded. they say they found meteorit
too? >> what do you do if you're flying a small ultralight plane and need gas? if you're in russia, land, pull into a gas station, fill up your hand glider thingy, and take off. >> this guy just drove into the gas station, filled up next to the cars and flew away. >> i have video proof. the guy fills up, fires up the engine. clearly a unique sight. you see a few people standing around watching this thing. pulling out of the gas station to this busy roadway. when he sees a clear spot, mashes the throttle. watch how quickly this guy takes off. >> oh. just like that. >> just like that. >> if you're in negative degree fahrenheit in siberia, you probably don't want to be doing this. we found this video on siberian times. >> what the heck? >> bikini skiing. >> bikini snowboarding. this day was probably not one of the more extreme days but this is a resort called, yetigesh, promoting bikini snowboarding on their slopes, as it gets warmer later in the season -- >> it will still be super cold. >> but they are known for their amazing snow. >> all the dudes are naked too. not just the girls.
, we saw an asteroid just miss earth and meteor slam into russia yet another over california and now a fireball over florida. >> it was very large, red, orange. >> shep: what in the world is happening in the sky? >> shep: first, the death of a country music star, mindy mccready. she apparently shot herself in the head at her home. she was 37. ♪ ♪ >> shep: guys do it all the time was number one hit back in 1996. she sold 2 million albums that year. but she struggled important years after with drugs and alcohol and family problems. investigators say mindy mccready died on the same porch where investigators found her boyfriend dead last month in an apparent suicide. it looks like she shot and kill the boyfriend's dog yesterday and then killed herself. a judge ordered her back into rehab after her father said she was drinking too much, abusing prescription drugs and not taking care of her two sons. the judge put the boys in foster care. the boyfriend said she threatened to kill herself after that. somebody made a big mistake letting her out of rehab. casey stegall is on it. it's my u
russia. a white male in his 30s weighing 200-pounds with a muscular build. he had a full mustache and a tattoo on his right biaccept. >>> the 21-year-old was not a student but a visitor to campus. she was walking here on this foot path near the ampaneater and classroom unit buildings when she was attacked. the area is about midway between the plaza and science hill. >> i think that is what made this so unusual is this was a sexual assault on a victim where she had no knowledge of the assailant and it occurred in the middle of the afternoon. >> we're talking broad daylight here. 12:30 sunday afternoon. there were no witnesses. the victim tells police she was punched in the face and torso, thrown to the ground and then raped. her assailant who she said spoke with a deep growl and smelled of cigarettes was last seen running away towards stienhardt way. a campus-wide alert has now gone out to all students. >> it's absolutely an occasion for us to just give people some basic safety tips. you know, trust your instincts. if you come upon someone who is concerning to you, maybe you hav
complaints about the noise they make. >>> russia says they've recovered 56 pieces of a meteor right. >> reporter: in frozen eastern russia collectors are rushing to find pieces of a meteorite. >> if it wasn't for us going out to recover them, they would have nothing. >> reporter: sliced open, some meteorites contain gems. the estimated ton meteor the biggest in the century, certainly the best documented ever also has an unprecedented history of destruction and injury. >> if it just slopped on the ground and didn't do any damage well it would be a lot cheaper. >> reporter: typically worth about $1 a gram, $500 a pound like art it's worth whatever someone is willing to pay. the chelubins meteorite could be worth hundreds of more. witnessed fall such as this one in romania 1868 and this one in peru make their meteorite more valuable. we see them as shooting stars but every day 15,000-tons of them hit earth, most are tiny. this meteorite was found in algeria 14 years ago but martinez says they are spread out all over the globe and the bay area. and if you know what you're looking for, y
the can down europe and also markets like russia, greece and even argentina. david: you wrote a book called the iv ip portfolio, one of this mimics what harvard and dl are doing. we're also big and high yield bonds. 20% of your portfolio in high yield bonds. give us examples, don't have too many specifics about where to go. >> with there are a lot of things that investors could emulate or should, the high equity focus, big exposure to real assets, briefly commodities as well as real estate. the other is high yield bonds. they have equity like characteristics, so don't want to necessarily put them in their own category and a lot of the low hanging fruit on high yield bonds has been taken. they had an amazing run the last few years, we still have exposure to both high yield in the u.s. as well as foreign. liz: tell us where you see the money, i know you are a believer in the housing recovery, let's talk about that. >> still believe in the housing sector and homebuilders. even though the out some industries, i like financials, i like homebuilders, i like energy, i like the metals includ
russia last week left behind some destruction. thousands of people were injured, windows were blown out, and the pictures were incredible, and it also left behind thousands of tiny meteorites. phil black is in the mountains where professionals and amateurs alike for all looking for a piece of the pie. >> erin, this was the point of impact. they say this is where part of that meteor slammed through the ice of this frozen lake. they have been searching this area. around here, they have found 53 separate small fragments of that meteorite. they believe there could be bigger pieces beneath the ice, beneath the water on the bottom of this lake. the ice here is really thick. this lake is frozen for about six months of the year. but locals say that the impact created a huge explosion of ice and snow high up into the air and a big steam cloud as well. up on the surface, scientists have been combing this whole area, so fragments have been found on the surface, a bigger mystery remains, what lies beneath the ice? scientists are pretty sure there are even bigger fragments now sitting beneath the ic
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